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RAMChYLD Wrote:I read about it. But Idk. I need to use the cloud as a mean of getting around Apple's lockdown on Eva by means of Dropbox, and I keep my MLP wishlist and "pony register" on Google Docs. Actually, most of my computers (save Cleo and Maxwell, for which there's no Dropbox client available) are linked through Dropbox- it's just convenient for me to do so. However, for gigabyte-sized video files going between Cleo and Helen, they don't go into the cloud for obvious reasons.

Would it be possible to store your MLP Wishlist locally rather than on Google Docs?
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cpd2009 Wrote:Would it be possible to store your MLP Wishlist locally rather than on Google Docs?
it would, but then I wouldn't be able to edit them using Eva easily (yeah, I wasn't kidding when I say I use Eva for everything).

Sending files to and from an iPad without the cloud involves messy syncing methods using iTunes. And even then, it's just between Kiki and Eva. Right now, I could start editing the list on Eva, then continue editing it on ChaCha.
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Yes, everyone and their pet goldfish has told me it is said cable in my computer. I'll get to it.

James and I are having communication problems. When Anxiety/Depression/Introversion/Being Male and Anxiety/Depression/Autism/Extroversion/Being Female clash, those type of communication problems. He is sad and anxious about something, but he won't explain what it is and he won't explain whether or not I am involved in these feelings. He says "nothing" is wrong, and that's obviously not true because I know my husband and I know when he mopes around being distant, something is always wrong. Besides, our kisses aren't passionate as normal. They're just pecks on the lips. Something is definitely wrong.

I think what is wrong is:
a) a delayed effect of grief and/or
b) my anxiety and depression have triggered his own, which is no one's fault, and he doesn't want to say so because he doesn't want to hurt me

He's terrible at hiding depression, worse than I am. But he's also much less vocal about his depression. I'll talk in depth about what bothers me and he says practically nothing about what bothers him. Acting like a sad slug of sad and saying nothing is wrong doesn't fool anybody; I'm not stupid and he certainly knows I'm not stupid. A lot of this is, as I said, a clash of male and female approaches to such feelings.

(I don't know if I would call Ben's approaches traditionally male. I don't know if they can be largely associated with gender. They are more direct, but can be far more childish. "I'M GOING TO TAKE SOMETHING FROM YOU BECAUSE I AM ANGRY AT A SITUATION THAT ISN'T WORTH BEING ANGRY ABOUT", "I'M VERY ANGRY WITH YOU AND I WILL TELL YOU EXACTLY WHY", et cetera, are Ben's types of approaches. The second one is something I also do at times, although I do think I have mellowed. Anger is a rare emotion in me, nowadays. The first example is more of a pain than James' approach, in its own way, but I'm less used to James' reactions to being upset, in part because James isn't upset easily.)

I need to know what is going on, or I'll worry myself sick. And worry myself sick watching James worry himself sick. We had better just both get really happy quickly, or we'll be chasing our tails. It's Wednesday, and this started Sunday night without warning that I could notice.
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Depression fit incoming. I think I'll take a nap.
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Hey, David, seeing Cleo's name confuses me into thinking of my niece, even though putting her in the context you use makes no sense.
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Does anyone here know any color blind people? I'd like to have some color blind playtesters for my Flash game currently in development.

In short, this game basically is all about colors, but recently I've implemented a feature which would allow color blind people to play it. It would be nice to have some playtesters to fine-tune the feature.

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The only color blind person I know is a former teacher of mine. Tongue
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Strawberry scented cover? Surely you jest. The screen of my iPad still doesn't smell like strawberries, neither does it's cover...
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Google Chrome was a great web browser. But lately, it became very glitchy ever since I updated it to the newest versions. Pages would flash white whenever Flash content appeared on the page, and other times the pages would freeze entirely, requiring a complete restart of Chrome.

So I was thinking about what other browser to use. I decided on Firefox since it's the spiritual successor to Netscape. True, there was the Mozilla Suite that later became SeaMonkey, but Firefox came first!! Tongue SeaMonkey started after Firefox was released.

I was thinking about using Internet Explorer, but decided against it due to security concerns.

As for Lilly....she will still surf the web with Safari. I don't know why...Safari just seems like the best browser on Lilly. Not as many extensions as the others though.

As of today...these are my web browsers on Greta and Wendell:

- Firefox as Default
- Opera as secondary
- IE as the last resort for sites that refuse to work at all with the other two.
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cpd2009 Wrote:True, there was the Mozilla Suite that later became SeaMonkey, but Firefox came first!! Tongue SeaMonkey started after Firefox was released.
Nope, Mozilla Suite came first. Firefox came about because a group of people just wanted the browser without the fat that is the webpage creator and the mail and news reader, just like how Netscape Communicator was also available in a browser-only download before.
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